Opoe Roos Organ Grinder in The Hague 1935


Opoe Roos Organ Grinder in The Hague 1935 .
Opoe Roos (Grannie Roos) – Elisabeth Hendrica Oldhoff – playing her first – 50 year old little street organ – at her golden anniversary in 1935 as street organ grinder – in the city center of The Hague (with mayor De Monchy) in Holland.
Opoe Roos Organ Grinder in The Hague 1935 ~ May 20, 1935 cinema news Polygoon Hollands Nieuws (source OpenImages) ~ Film : 20200625 Michel van der Burg | 1-memo.com

Clockwork


Clockwork ~ Musical clock filmed on a rainy spring day in 2012 at vintage store ‘Old Clocks’ – @Maiselova – Maiselova street in the former Prague Jewish quarter Josefov, Praha, Czech Republic. Remake of film first published April 2012 (20120408) in The One Minutes Collection (# 3547), and online August 2012 at my now obsolete YouTube channel iClip – that’s being archived, transferring content to my main channel youtube.com/michelvanderburg .
Film : Clockwork (20120408 – 20200603) Michel van der Burg | michelvanderburg.com | miracles.media . Thanks to ‘Old Clocks’ @Maiselova , Prague .

Pre World War III Holland

Pre World War III Holland
Pre World War III view – 3 weeks ago, Tuesday 25th February – at Grote Marktstraat – literally Large Market Street – from the ground floor corner cafe of the Bijenkorf (literally Beehive) department store in the city center of The Hague. The next day, Wednesday Feb. 26th, the first corona patient was hospitalised in a dutch hospital, in Tilburg. The Bijenkorf chain of bricks-and-mortar stores is shutdown as of today, March 18, because of Coronavirus (COVID-19) precautions.
The Bijenkorf was a jewish enterprise started in the late 1800s in Amsterdam; and the The Hague department store was started 25 March 1926 just 4 years after the Grote Marktstraat – literally Large Market Street – was built. In 1980 the last family member left the company. The Hague, Feb 25, 2020 view from the Bijenkorf department store. Film : 20200318 Michel van der Burg | 1-memo.com